yes, sorry, the bug is very confusing and it makes me think of that i just do a simple error i oversee all the time… maybe i can load up a quicksave, is this easy?
my problem is, i have this problem with a simple patch i build. if i build something simpler again from scratch the bug will not happen.
but i had this bug in this patch and a patch i did some time ago.
so, let me try to describe what i did:
i have 4 custom units, 1 on every channel.
all the custom units are nearly the same. they consist of two mixer channels with two osc + vca in it. (sine and saw in one, sine and triangle in the other, triangle and saw in the third, and the fourth channel has the same as channel 1 ).
I have in the custom unit 3 controls. these custom controls are assigned to both oscillators in that cutsom unit.
custom unit v/oct controll is assigned to v/oct of the two oscillators, of course.
custom unit linear control is assigned to f0 of the two oscillators.
custom unit db control is assigned to the vca. (i morph this way between the two oscillators in the custom unit.)
(allthough this last part does not have anything to do with the problem…)
the v/oct in at the custom unit is A1 for the first channel, A2 for the second channel, A3 for the third, B1 for the fourth.
the linear control is assigned to the IN1 for channel 1, IN2 for channel 2 and so on up to channel 4.
those 4 channels are really devided by each other, no control is shared.
right now channel 1 and 2 share the same tuning. channel 4 is way out of tune.
ok, the bias is all the same for the mod amount. key to that it should be the same.
the (multiplication (X)) gain in the mod page is also the same in all modules.
now here comes the, for me, strange thing. if i change the miltiplication gain for the modulation for the f0, i tune the pitch.
please note, ALL the physical inputs are empty and NOT patched.
in my understand a multiplication gain does NOTHING when nothing is patched in…
next strange thing, and this can be easy replicated with every patch from scratch, when i change the input to the f0 from from IN1 to an A1-A3 or any other, i get a different pitch say a different offset.
When i work from scratch at least the IN1 - IN4 seem to have the same offset and the A1-A3, B1-B3, C1-C3, and D1-D3 share the same.
But as i wrote above, not everytime.
hope this was clear somehow.
and maybe i should just upload the quicksave.
(can i just grab this from the card?)
thanks a lot!